Living the Country Life

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Learn proper storage methods from the University of Rhode Island’s Cooperative Extension.
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Last week I visited research farms in Woodland, California, as part of Seminis (Monsanto) Vegetable Seeds Field Days. It was fascinating to learn how seeds are bred, grown, processed, and marketed. I...
This young couple moved across the country to become more self-sufficient.
Deb Miller's journey from corporate America to the green pastures of northeast Oklahoma.
Why Deb Miller thinks "a bad day on the farm is still better than a good day in the office."
Know when to harvest veggies in your garden with these tips from Michigan State University Extension.
Know when to harvest your garden veggies with these tips from Michigan State University Extension.
Go on the offensive!
When zucchini comes on, it comes on fast. Those things will double their size in a day! Ignoring zucchini does not make it go away, they'll just grow to be the size of your thigh. Extension...
What a tasty way to enjoy radishes from the garden!
Prep: 20 min. | Chill: 8 hours 2 cups sliced radishes (8 ounces) 1 small onion, cut into thin wedges and separated 1/2 cup sugar 1 1/2 teaspoon salt Step 1: Slice radishes by hand...
Simple tips and tricks to help you begin your own organic vegetable garden.
Starting your own organic vegetable garden can sound overwhelming and time-consuming, but it’s actually pretty simple. Here are tips and tricks.
Colorful vegetable varieties add bold, bright hues that look good in beds, borders, containers, and - most importantly - at mealtime!
Learn how midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of vegetables and herbs.
While most gardeners rush to plant their vegetable and herb crops the moment the ground thaws in spring, many do not know that midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of delicious edibles....